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Software News   Software News : THE CHINOS GAME v3.20
   posted by Templario on 19-May-2018 19:24:55 (344 reads)
This is the classic Spanish game with fingers, where you try to guess the finger numbers
that you and your opponent go to throw.

Improvements from this new version (18 May 2018):
  • Compiled with new Hollywood™ 7.1.
  • Added extra songs.

Available in the following languages:
Spanish. English. Italian. French.

Download available from Morguesoft for AmigaOS 3.x, AmigaOS 4.x, AROS and MorphOS
    

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